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-- man must -- -- thirty minutes away now from some fresh economic numbers report on weekly jobless claims is due out.
At 8:30 eastern time and the expectation is for a decline from last week's level which was -- 36000 many economists saying.
Jobless claims need to fall further to signal a recovery in the job market again we'll have that number for you.
At the bottom of this and our checking in on the markets ahead of the the number this morning first over in Europe where stocks have been.
Mostly higher last hour the Bank of England kept -- its key interest rate unchanged at.
One half of 1% or features also I gaining ground ahead -- the open on Wall Street and after or ahead of those jobless numbers that are coming up as well.
-- in the news this morning Howard -- -- a new contract with serious XM radio you'll stay with serious for another five years.
Other terms of that deal not yet disclosed serious sex and shares such as they are surging in premarket trading on that on that -- students meantime staging another protest in Central London lawmakers there will vote on a proposal to triple tuition rates today.
Some estimates say that there's been up to 40000 people filling streets and marching towards the -- -- of parliament's.
-- despite all the back and forth the last few days over the president's tax cut compromise the Democrats now saying the measures building momentum to pass in the senate.
Senate could start debating the package later on today.
Framework of the plan will likely stay intact but lawmakers are requesting some changes.
Including a grant program for clean energy projects.
Morgan Stanley slashing bonus payments this year reports say executives are being told to budget up to 25% less.
For the bonuses this year not all employees will be affected the top executives may be pressed to take a cut.
Reductions may change if the company sees revenue jump here over the course of the next few weeks.
And seven global banking giants -- Irving for cards latest targets Picard the trustee who's recovering money for victims of Bernie Madoff Ponzi scheme.
Says the -- enable the fraud among the banks Citigroup and Merrill Lynch.
The -- -- all the firms more than a billion dollars has till Saturday to file these claw back lawsuits because that.
If the two year anniversary of Bernie Madoff so arrest.
And that WikiLeaks payment processors saying it will soon be said master cards because the two companies are refusing to process donations to the web site.
Comes after PayPal reverse course says it will return frozen funds to WikiLeaks it's unclear when or where this lawsuit might take place the processors -- -- It's based in Iceland.
Company CEO telling the Associated Press he's looking to have the case heard in down in London so.
Another development in the WikiLeaks case and FaceBook founder Mark Zuckerberg he's pledging to give their -- majority of his wealth to charity.
Zuckerberg the latest sign on to the giving pledge one of sixteen billionaires new to the pledge.
With those sixteen editions of -- has now reached fifty -- the giving pledge started by Bill Gates and Warren Buffett.
Earlier this year I think a look at commodities has oil and gold have been gaining ground this morning we expect stocks opened higher and depending on how those jobless claims figures come at the bottom.
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